I simply change from a MacBook Air with the Intel Processor to a MacBook Professional with the M1 Processor, and now I’m unable to do something with Podfile or
pod set up. I maintain getting errors like this…
Invalid `Podfile` file: undefined technique `use_native_modules!' for <Pod::Podfile:0x007fd5795662a0>.
Take into account the very same Podfile labored on my Intel Chip, and it really works for my coworker on his M2. I used to be initially having points with
/scripts/autolinking so I took all traces of that out of my code too.
I gave up on this, and tried to simply make a wholly recent react native repo, and STILL am unable to do something with pods. After creating the brand new native app, I wwas given the next message within the terminal…
Error: Failed to put in CocoaPods dependencies for iOS mission, which is required by this template. Please attempt once more manually: "cd ./KidzNMotionNative/ios && pod set up".
Take into account, I’ve run the instructions to put in cocoapods and I’ve it.
When I attempt to hearken to that message, cd into the suitable repo and run
pod set up I get the next mess of an error
[!] Invalid `Podfile` file: /Customers/nicklanese/Paperwork/toBeMoved/KidzNMotionNative/node_modules/react-native/scripts/react_native_pods_utils/script_phases.rb:39: syntax error, sudden << template =<<~EOS ^ /Customers/nicklanese/Paperwork/toBeMoved/KidzNMotionNative/node_modules/react-native/scripts/react_native_pods_utils/script_phases.rb:40: unknown regexp choices - ll /Customers/nicklanese/Paperwork/toBeMoved/KidzNMotionNative/node_modules/react-native/scripts/react_native_pods_utils/script_phases.rb:41: dynamic fixed task RCT_SCRIPT_POD_INSTALLATION_ROOT=$(pwd) ^ /Customers/nicklanese/Paperwork/toBeMoved/KidzNMotionNative/node_modules/react-native/scripts/react_native_pods_utils/script_phases.rb:41: `$(' is just not allowed as a world variable title /Customers/nicklanese/Paperwork/toBeMoved/KidzNMotionNative/node_modules/react-native/scripts/react_native_pods_utils/script_phases.rb:41: syntax error, sudden end-of-input RCT_SCRIPT_POD_INSTALLATION_ROOT=$(pwd)
Which makes NO SENSE as a result of React Native generated the Podfile for me. So what offers?